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clāmitō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

clamo, to cry aloud, bawl, vociferate: (passer) vano clamitans, Ph.: quid clamitas? T.: haec, L.: Me sycophantam, call, T.: clamitans, ‘Indignum facinus,’ T.: clamitas: ‘quo usque ista dicis?’: ‘ad arma,’ clamitans, L.: falsa esse illa: liberum se ... esse, Cs.: clamitabat audiret matrem, Ta.Pass impers.: Thalassio ferriclamitatum, L.—Fig., to proclaim, reveal, betray: supercilia clamitare calliditatem videntur.

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